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that he would propose a plan to save social security and medicare from insolvency. he didn't. rather, he raided $716 billion from medicare to pay for his vaunted obama care. he said he was going to lower health insurance premiums for the average family. by $2,500 a year by now. and actually by now they are now $3,000 higher for an average family, and gasoline. the american family now pays $2,000 a year more for gasoline than when he was elected. of course, he also said he was going to work across the aisle on the most important issues. listen to this, he has not met on the economy or on the budget or on jobs with either of the republican leader of the house or the senate since july. instead of bridging the divide, he's made it wider. now, how is it that he's fallen so short of what he promised? in part it's because he never led before. he'd never worked across the aisle before. he never truly understood how jobs are created in the economy. and, of course, today he's now making new promises. promises he will be unable to keep because he admits that he'll stay on the same path he's been on
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